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Topic - UKC Fit Club Week 344

mbh - on 20 Oct 2013
UKC Fit Club is not a substitute for the training diary but to use with (or without) it as a motivational tool for all.

For those wanting to find out more about training for climbing a number of physical training articles here:
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=564587&v=1

A new thread is posted each week on Sunday for anyone to jot down their previous week's activity, noting goals, successes and failures and to swap ideas.

Anyone interested in starting is very welcome but you should aim to post each week, every week, however little or much you have done. By making such a regular public record of your activities and by restating your goals every week this new habit will hopefully improve your training habits to help achieve your goals whatever the level of your chosen activity.

Link to last week's (343) thread:
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=565957

The week just gone:

Joughton - finds that speed is the key to a string of tough indoor onsights then impresses at the MCC
kevster - invokes the 18 hour rule (Sympathies!) and has high hope for this week.
Si dH - does similar, with a dash of DIY and weather. Still able to dish out the beta.
mbh - keeping up the mileage, finding that it is paying off.
biscuit - is one dog short of an Ark, it seems, en route to no Malaga sun but lots of offers in Manchester. Midweek Malham with ppg beckons.
AJM - had a better week, with 4 (an actual stat!) outdoor sessions, plus one inside.
Nick Russell - RPs a 7a+_ first go.
Eagle River - two tough indoor sessions plus yoga as precursor to raving.
IainRUK - some more than OK miles there. I like the short rus you do, in the "somewhere in...." series. If this week's was one of them, it was in Denmark.
Thickhead - matches Iain for pace, but loses 5s on world's steepest street.
mattrm - some good core work and fingerboarding.
mrchewy - At first reflects on his neatness and his weakness, then gets the blues.
Ally Smith - ddidn't I say that lurgies were banned this week? Good luck with the 5.13a
Luke Owens - Happy Birthday to Little Luke! A full week of training there, well done.
grubes - gets tweaky fingers, after a good session at steep AW, but crowded out at the Works.
needkraken - some varied training methods there. Next time you leave the house, remember - keys, money, harness! At leat you got to the walls at the weekend.
pork pie girl - thoughtful stuff re BB. Good luck with that. Whoever said you were fixated on Malham?
Tru - Hi, come on in. Going for Rubicon.
annak - hope the foot pain eases, jealous of your weekend.
maria85 - they sound like my kind of interval session. Mind the shoulder, and eep going on the plan. Good work!
Garrouli - as Luke says, sounds like you had a productive time at Kalymnos, including a 7b+ onsight and your first 7c on foreign shores. Good going! Is that everybody back from K now?
Mark Torrance - back again, still running along the tow path, but now with a dash of cross country. How is that going?
Nomics4sale - Does Langdale in 3:30! Fantastic effort! Now setting sights on Frankie,once again.
Sankey - work on WSS, provides sequence, ready for deployment.
stevemarkperry - sounds like a good week, now with swimming too.
Exile -feels the cold at the bridge, but pushes on towards Blow Out. You'll get there. Thanks for daring to ask what aerocapping means.
JinmyKay - is getting there too. Well done on the 5k.
Ali - Goes for domestic goddess status after great result at street orienteering (that sounds fun) One of those truffles could set you back weeks, be careful.
Pagan - pops up (again).

A varied week, full of ideas being exchanged, with some welcome newcomers and returners. Some of you have the blues, some have your tails up, some of you made cake and some of you ate cake. Most of you seem to go to Awesome Walls.

ps I have done this for a few weeks now. If anyone else wants a go, just say.
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